Fotografia en color
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El Color en la Fotografia
UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 20: In the 1860s James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) showed that all colours are a mixture of red, green and blue light. This three-colour projection apparatus (Ives' process adapted) is based on the same principle. It was used by Sir William Abney (1843-1920), the English chemist and educationalist. Abney was known for his researches in photographic chemistry and colour photography, and did important pioneering work in photographing the solar spectrum. (Photo by SSPL/Getty Images)
Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii.
A picture of Mohammed Alim Khan (1880-1944), Emir of Bukhara, taken in 1911. This is an early color photograph taken by Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii as part of his work to document the Russian Empire. Three black-and-white photographs were taken through red, green and blue filters. The three resulting images were projected through similar filters. Combined on the projection screen, they created a full-color image. Prokudin-Gorskii also made color prints from some of his images and published a number of them as inserts in Fotograf-Liubitel, a photographic magazine he edited from 1906 to 1909. His 1908 color portrait of Leo Tolstoy was also published as a postcard. In recent years, the Library of Congress has made high-resolution scans of their collection of Prokudin-Gorskii's original glass plate negatives and contracted with outside agencies to produce high-quality color-corrected images from the black-and-white scans. This example is a simple color composite of the three original images shown at right and has not been color-corrected, retouched, or artificially enhanced in any way.
Fotografa de entre 1911-1912 de la ciudad de Smolensko, en la Rusia europea.
Prisioneros austriacos internados en Rusia durante la Primera Guerra Mundial, 1915.
Burcrata de la ciudad de Bujar, en el Asia Central rusa de entonces, actual Uzbekistn (1905-1915915).
Fotografa de 1912 de la aldea de Kolchedan, en los montes Urales.
Comerciante de Samarcanda, en el Asia rusa exhibiendo mercancas (1905-1915).